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Jorg Dietzel, 39, to chief operating officer-Asia for WPP Group's Red Cell, Singapore. He also becomes chief development officer, Batey Group, the network that along with the former Conquest Europe composes most of Red Cell. Mr. Dietzel had been founding managing director of Omnicom Group's DDB Worldwide's Berlin office.

Art Reid, 38, to VP-management supervisor, Omnicom's BBDO South, Atlanta, from director-sales and alliances, Datagistics Corp.

Nick Reilly to VP-sales, marketing and after-sales for General Motors Europe, Zurich, from chairman-managing director of GM's U.K. Vauxhall unit. He succeeds Jeffrey Hurlbert, who will return to the U.S. on a special assignment before retiring next year.

Amy J. Molinero to East Coast sales manager, Guideposts, New York, from ad director, Working Woman Network's Working Woman.

David Chipman to account manager-Mid-Atlantic region, Arbitron, New York, from sales manager, KCPX-FM, Salt Lake City. Also: Harry Clark to Southwest region manager from account executive.

Ted Walzl to art director, Gray Baumgarten Layport, Pittsburgh, from art director, Pittsburgh Technology Council. Also: Reiko Becker to designer from graphic designer, Droz & Associates.

Rebecca Hill to international marketing manager, National Geographic, Washington, from senior European media planner, Mediaplanning France, Paris. She will be based in Paris.

Diane Maranis, 31, to global marketing manager, skin and body care, Aveda, New York, from global product manager, Clairol.

Joseph Loggia, 42, to president-chief operating officer, Advanstar, New York. He remains president-CEO of Advanstar's Magic International unit.

Thomas J. Figurelli to senior VP, Paul A. DeJesse Advertising, Freehold, N.J., from sales director, Block Drug Co.

Steve Lamar, 38, to VP, American Apparel & Footwear Association, Arlington, Va., from director-government relations. Also: Rachel Subler, 31, to manager-government relations from government-relations assistant, Maytag Corp.

Richard Von Feldt, 30, to director-business development, Isocurve, New York, from director-business development, Genji Networks.

Christopher Drew to VP-corporate planning, Brierley & Partners, Dallas, from VP-corporate development and finance, NextJet.

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